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  • Black Apollo Press - Lire c'est voir by David Kelley
    picture and verse by Britain s foremost Baudelairean scholar Lire c est voir Reading is seeing is a marvellous contemporary example of the dialogue between painting and poetry The images are wonderfully constructed and the poetry in both French and English is a delight The two together magically combine to give a special insight into the mind of the artist and the writer David Kelley 1941 1999 taught art history

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  • Black Apollo Press - Uneasy Listening by Matthew Lasar
    the mold of a detective story Hammett Holmes MacDonald et al Lasar has developed a narrative style which if you are interested in the American broadcasting sub culture called Pacifica will knock your socks off Lorenzo Milam author of Sex and Broadcasting A Handbook on Starting a Radio Station for the Community Praise For Matthew Lasar s First book on Pacifica Radio Pacifica Radio outstrips anything that has ever been produced not only about the Pacifica experience but about American cultural radio Lorenzo Milam author of Sex and Broadcasting A tremendous book combining superb scholarship with an intoxicating story of vision creativity and heroism Robert McChesney author of Our Media Not Theirs Enlightening and entertaining makes a real contribution to the history of postwar America Eric Foner author of The Story of American Freedom Lasar has an eye for paradox irony and contradiction but he is first and foremost an able and astute historian not a satirical novelist and he does a lot more than air KPFA s dirty laundry He shows how much the philosophy of the station was shaped in part by the political atmosphere of the Cold War and McCarthyism Jonah Raskin Santa Rose Press Democrat Matthew

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  • Black Apollo Press - Romance of a Shop by Amy Levy
    observation her little novel seemed to herald a brilliant career Ostensibly the story of four young ladies who after the death of their father decide to open a photographic studio in the heart of London s bohemia to the dismay of their more priggish relatives the book like much of Levy s work is concerned with the contradictions besetting the new Victorian woman who in her quest for independence finds

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  • Black Apollo Press - The Universe for Breakfast by Joy Magezis
    poems about her experiences practicing with the Sangha community in Britain and in Plum Village France Joy is an Usui Reiki Master and a UK Reiki Federation Master Teacher Member She reflects on her experiences learning using and teaching Reiki through a number of poems in this collection An international author and college lecturer Joy Magezis classic Women s Studies text has been translated into various languages including Russian and

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  • Mindfulness for Reiki - CD by Joy Magezis
    asleep Whether or not one is attuned to Reiki this CD can support development of mindful energy Joy Magezis combines her skills both as a highly experienced Reiki Master Teacher and as a Senior Order Member of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh s Core Community to create this unique CD Her calm clear instructions and poetic use of language aids an easy flow of inspiring practice Other titles by Joy Magezis The Universe for Breakfast chronicles a journey of transformation in verse Joy Magezis has been ordained as a member of the Core Community of the Order of Interbeing established by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh She was part of his official delegation to Vietnam when Thich Nhat Hanh returned after 39 years of exile A series of poems about the trip appear in this collection as well as poems about her experiences practicing with the Sangha community in Britain and in Plum Village France Joy is an Usui Reiki Master and a UK Reiki Federation Master Teacher Member She reflects on her experiences learning using and teaching Reiki through a number of poems in this collection An international author and college lecturer Joy Magezis classic Women s Studies text

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  • Burning Orchards by Gurgen Mahari
    complex and flawed neither hero nor villain but keenly observed and evoked with a tender humour Burning Orchards offers a version of events leading up to the siege of Van different from the received politically charged accounts even daring to reflect something of the loyalty many Ottoman Armenians had felt towards the former Empire First published in Armenian in 1966 after Mahari s long exile in Siberia Burning Orchards Ayrvogh

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  • Voices in my Head by Terence Moore
    Making of a Poem by Mark Strand and Eavan Boland I began listening more intently to those voices tried to express what they are telling me Sometimes my voices come out as sonnets sometimes villanelles sometimes lyrics These poems are efforts to understand a chequered past embrace a vivid present prepare for an uncertain or certain future The voices in my head speak of loving and hiding from love of stripping away the self protective layers of ageing and confronting death of words and meaning of sadness and joy How I grew from child to man s a history I cannot trace only blindly re create Terence Moore was brought up in Horsham by an aunt who ran a home for boys with Downs Syndrome After working two years as a miner he read English at Trinity College Cambridge Upon graduating he became an apprentice bookbinder then taught English to speakers of other languages at Baroness Wangenheim s school in Oxford In his thirties he read linguistics for a Ph D at the University of California Los Angeles where the focus at the time was on Chomsky s ideas on an innate universal grammar He stayed on as an Assistant

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  • A Knight at Sea by R.J. Raskin
    medical doctor who has a drinking problem that rivals Chandler s own Also on board the whisky drenched luxury liner are various characters who somehow relate to Chandler s Hollywood past an aging film star a wealthy producer politician a troubled script writer a Hollywood gossip columnist an Argentinean emissary an Israeli spy perhaps and a cringe worthy ingénue whose father she says blushingly only owns a very little steel mill In this heady soup of soused up nights and hung over days the aging movie star disappears And Chandler aghast at finding himself playing Poirot in a locked room Agatha Christie mystery the likes of which he bitterly detests is compelled to find out what happened to her But is it the movie star he is searching for or something else And is Marlow e the reluctant Sancho Panza to Chandler s Don Quixote just along for the ride A Knight at Sea is probably the best novel about Raymond Chandler ever written Brilliant bold witty political and totally absorbing Finley s Book Reviews www finleysbooks com A KNIGHT AT SEA by R J Raskin Probably the best novel about Raymond Chandler ever written Brilliant bold witty political and

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